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Busy summer ahead for Jets GM Cheveldayoff

Trouba, Morrissey just two of the RFAs on the list

by Tyler Esquivel @Mr_Skeyval /

WINNIPEG - While the work on the ice for the Winnipeg Jets may be over, the focus shifts to what's shaping up to be a busy offseason for the club.

All season long, players, coaches, and management praised the team's depth as being a key piece to their success. Now, a large portion of the "depth" is looking for a new contract - 14 players from the current roster, to be exact.

Five of the 14 skaters set to hit the free agent market include veteran forward Paul Stastny, Toby Enstrom, Shawn Matthias, Matt Hendricks and goaltender Michael Hutchinson. The other nine including Jacob Trouba, Josh Morrissey, Joe Morrow, Tucker Poolman Adam Lowry, Joel Armia, Brandon Tanev, Marko Dano and Vezina-nominated goaltender Connor Hellebuyck will become restricted free agents on July 1st, 2018.

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Jet Blast: May 24, 2018

Jets players thankful for the support throughout the NHL's postseason

by John Delaney @TheJohnAllan /

The support throughout the #WPGWhiteout this year provided an atmosphere the team's players will remember for a long time. Fans flocked by the tens of thousands to every single game, and brought the #WPGWhiteout across North America, with many travelling to Minnesota, Nashville and Vegas in Round 1, Round 2, and the Western Conference Final.

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Jets reflect on memorable season, but are motivated for more

Wheeler, Maurice know the work for next season begins in the summer

by Mitchell Clinton @MitchellClinton /

WINNIPEG - It's still hard for the Winnipeg Jets to believe that their run through the Stanley Cup Playoffs is over.

The team experienced its first postseason win, as well as their first and second series wins, before being eliminated by the Vegas Golden Knights in five games in the Western Conference Final.

"I think you still wake up today, you were prepared to still be playing," said captain Blake Wheeler. "That's the hard part. In the span of seven days, you go from having everything right in front of you - a lot of hope and expectation - and it all changes in a week."

While many Jets were complimentary of Vegas' performance throughout the series, it's still a tough pill to swallow - especially after the high the team experienced following the Game 7 win over Nashville, just two days before the start of the series against the Golden Knights.

"You come out of a Nashville series against the Presidents' Trophy winners, go to seven games, and you feel really good about yourself. You win Game 1 here, and you feel like you're right there on top of the world," said Andrew Copp. "We just learned how small that margin of error is. It's crazy. One minute you're up 1-0, and a few days later our season is done. Still trying to process a little bit. We just learned what it takes to get here - first of all we learned how to get here - but it's that much harder to finish the job."

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Jets season comes to an end after loss to Vegas Golden Knights

Morrissey scores, Hellebuyck makes 30 saves in Game Five

by Mitchell Clinton @MitchellClinton /

WINNIPEG - Mathieu Perreault said it best.

"It's hard to believe it's all over."

It's a tough pill to swallow, but the Winnipeg Jets saw their franchise-record breaking season come to an end in Game Five of the Western Conference Final, following a 2-1 loss to the Vegas Golden Knights.

Video: POSTGAME | Golden Knights 2, Jets 1 - F

"We battled hard. We tried our hardest," said Perreault. "I really thought we were going to do this this year. We had that great feeling. We felt like we had the team to do it. But it just wasn't meant to be."

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GAME DAY: Western Conference Final - Game 5

2:00pm CT - TV: CBC/Sportsnet; Radio: TSN 1290

by Staff @NHLJets /

Be sure to catch the JetsTV Live Pre-Game Show with Jamie Thomas, Mitchell Clinton & special guest Sean Reynolds beginning at 12:45pm CT right here on and the Jets mobile app, as well as Twitter, YouTube and Facebook Live.


Today's Game

The Winnipeg Jets return to Bell MTS Place this afternoon for Game 5 of the Western Conference Final against the Vegas Golden Knights...Winnipeg lost 3-2 in Vegas on Friday night and trail the best- of-seven series three games to one...If necessary, Game 6 of the series is slated for Tuesday night at T-Mobile Arena in Vegas.

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Today on JetsTV Live | May 20

Coverage starts at 12:45 pm CT

by JetsTV Staff @NHLJets /

With Game 5 between the Winnipeg Jets and Vegas Golden Knights getting underway at 2 pm CT, the JetsTV Live Pre-Game Show will broadcast from a special location!

Beginning at 12:45 pm CT, join Host and Insider Jamie Thomas from the Winnipeg Whiteout Street Party, as he looks back on Game 4, before looking ahead to a crucial Game Five.

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Jets sign Mikhail Berdin

Berdin, 20, has played the last two seasons in the USHL with the Sioux Falls Stampede.

by Winnipeg Jets PR @WpgJetsPR / Press Release

Winnipeg, MB - The Winnipeg Jets have announced they have agreed to terms with goaltender Mikhail Berdin on a three-year entry-level contract with an annual value of $766,666.67.

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Maurice wants Jets to embrace the challenge of Game Five against Vegas

Jets face 3-1 series deficit, but are focused solely on one game

by Mitchell Clinton @MitchellClinton /

WINNIPEG - The further a team goes in the Stanley Cup Playoffs, the more intense the pressure becomes.

For the Winnipeg Jets, who face a 3-1 series deficit to the Vegas Golden Knights, that pressure has now reached its highest level.

The need a win in Game Five tomorrow at Bell MTS Place to keep the Western Conference Final going. It's this kind of pressure that head coach Paul Maurice knows his team will embrace.

The Jets have faced elimination only once so far in the postseason, and came through in Game Seven against the Nashville Predators in the Second Round.

"I want them to take their experience between Game Six and Seven, and create the environment they created there - where they came out with an excitement and a smile on their face," Maurice said. "Going into Game Seven, there was as much pressure in that game as there was here. It's the exact same game. This one is at home, we'll need that crowd, and they've been great for us.

"Both teams, all four teams now, there is not quite as much in the tank as there was before, so you're looking to draw on that."

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Late goal sinks Jets as Vegas prevails in Game 4

Laine, Myers score as Jets head home trailing 3-1 in the series

by Mitchell Clinton @MitchellClinton /

LAS VEGAS, Nevada - It was another strong performance from the Winnipeg Jets in Game Four against the Golden Knights.

Shots on goal favoured Winnipeg 38-29, shot attempts at even strength were 64-17 - also in the Jets favour, and high-danger chances were 17-12 Jets.

The only place where the Jets didn't finish in front of the Golden Knights was on the scoreboard, where it read 3-2 Vegas.

Video: POSTGAME | JetsTV Road Report

"I liked a lot of that game. We win that game nine times out of ten. Tonight was the one," said captain Blake Wheeler. "They made one more play than we did."

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GAME DAY: Western Conference Final - Game 4

7:00pm CT - TV: CBC/Sportsnet; Radio: TSN 1290

by Mitchell Clinton @MitchellClinton /

Video: PREGAME | JetsTV Road Report

LAS VEGAS, Nevada - Even though they're in uncharted territory, the Winnipeg Jets remain confident in their ability to bounce back.

Facing a 2-1 series deficit going into Game Four against the Vegas Golden Knights tonight, Blake Wheeler likes what he's seen from his team in the days since the 4-2 loss in Game Three.

"You don't like losing," said Wheeler. "So when you have a group of guys that don't like losing, you tend to play pretty intense to try and stop losing.

"You want to win."

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